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, just to mention the potrero hill folks, and the powerpoint task force, the people that have worked on that for years need to be thanked for this. [applause] obviously, people from bayview who worked on their power plant and this one so much. espanola jackson would be here, but she is recovering. we have community activists who have worked and really added their voice to this and were there when we needed them to be, but no campaign actually works without a standard bearer, someone willing to walk in front, get abused, keep going with the singular force of saying, "i'm going to make this happen no matter what anybody says to me he can that takes a singular kind of courage that you do not always see eye and elected officials, and that person is so the maxwell -- sophie maxwell. >> when they say it takes a village to raise a child, it has taken a state and city to close this power plant. i started working on these plans when i took office, and now, the plants are leaving with me -- at least this one is -- and that is great. i also want to thank all of those folks. i remember the first
came to hire, or is it that they were developed differently? >> the powerpoint presentations were developed differently. however, i have two coaches her school but not coaches from the grant, and i did not include that in the grant. the district does have seven schools, so they get two coaches, english, two masked, survey and up with seven times do -- two omath, so they end up with seven times. >> how does a community outreach happen? >> i think it is a great, but when you only have seven of them funded by the sagig. >> they can be family positions? >> part of our logic in our application base reorganization, so part of that central theme needed to include this director for community outreach as well as a project manager and a couple of necessary fiscal analysts to deploy and manage the resources, but that is one way we are able to fund our small team. the rest are reallocated from the district, so our teachers on special assignment are working in another department, so our area teams have a similar number of personnel. >> the director does focus on the schools, but she does also
valley and laser pointers are commonly used for untold powerpoint presentations. nobody really knows for sure what we do know for sure is it's a hazard something that people should not do, never point a laser pointer at the sky at a person at an airplane, never. >> reporter: they are not just pointing them at airplanes. santa clara county sheriff's deputies say they often point them at helicopters on night patrol and they made five arrests last year. this is four lasers taped together for maximum effect. sergeant jim helms was in the cockpit they were happened. >> when it's four to five miles away the size of the beam is larger basically what happens is the aircraft fuselage is curved. it illuminates the cockpit, and it can temporarily blind or personalitily cause damage tie pilot's eyes. >> reporter: law enforcement is taking this crime very seriously now. if you shine it at a commercial airliner, allen, you can be up on federal charges for tampering with the safety of an air. there have been five arrests so far. they are taking this seriously and cracking down. >> small device, hug
th anniversary of john f. kennedy's inauguration. reporters were given a powerpoint demonstration illustrating the historic documents and photos which are now accessible from anywhere. it's taken the kennedy presidential library in boston four years and $10 million to digitize all of the materials. boy, there are some interesting times from the kennedys. >> wow, how fabulous for people to have that access. >> that is terrific. you ought to see some of those. >>> "the nightly newthe "nightl. we'll be back at 6:00. >> thank you for being with us. the internet on a plane! are you from the future? um, no. cleveland. listen cleveland, your savings account is stuck in the past! earn more with interestplus savings at capitalone.com. that's new school banking baby! so instead of making peanuts, your savings will be earning three times the national average. oops. sorry. three times more? i'll have that! it is now safe to go online to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? buh-bye... call me.
to brush up on some basic skills. and the third section of the dvd contains all the materials, the powerpoint materials, our message training, our tips on successful media interviews, that folks can use to further their skills as they go along through this training. you have recently gotten involved with faces and voices of recovery, laura, tell me why you got involved with faces and voices of recovery and why you, what brought you to this work? i am so thrilled to be part of this organization, i'm really proud to be part of it. they have a message that is very near and dear to my heart, which is sharing the message of hope and recovery, to having a new way of life. i took away from the messaging that i attended last fall, that there are right words to use and, and not so good words to use. for example, we want to talk about recovery, we don't want to talk about addiction. addiction is where people are stuck in the problem. recovery is where people get into the solution and that's what it's all about, giving people hope and healing and a new way of life. some of the main questions that we rec
for untold powerpoint presentations. nobody really knows for sure. what we do know for sure is it's a hazard, something that people should not do. never point a laser pointer at a sky at a person at an airplane, never. >> reporter: but they are not just pointing them at airplanes. santa clara county sheriff's deputies say people often shine them at their helicopter during night patrols and last year, they made five arrests. this is one of the confiscated devices. it's actually four lasers taped together for maximum effect. sergeant jim helms was in the cockpit when it happened. >> the initial point of the laser very small but when it gets to be four to five miles away, the size of the actual beam is quite larger and -- >> four at the same time? >> basically what happens is the aircraft, the fuselage is curved. none of the windshields are flat. they are curved. so when the beam hits the windshield it acts like a prison and illuminates the cockpit. it's not one little beam coming through. and it can temporarily blind or permanently cause damage to eyes. >> reporter: other law enforcement agenc
. >> have i got a kidney for you. >> you're naked up there, don't have a powerpoint presentation to support you. then i suddenly woke up and said, hey, wait a second, this is really helping me in business, too. i noticed that even though i thought i was a fairly good public speaker and presenter, i was becoming subtly better at reading audiences, at filling those pregnant pauses that occur in any sort of business meeting. i thought to myself, i shouldn't keep this just to me. i should share it with the rest of the agency. >> so steve hired clayton to come up with strategies to help peppercom employees become better comedians, which would turn them into better communicators wii would make them better at their jobs. >> i think a sense of humor is a fingerprint. everyone has their own unique version of it. so that's the first thing we do, is some exercises to try to get them thinking about what makes them laugh, what makes them funny. >> clayton says in order for comedy to become a useful part of your everyday job, the joke has to start with something real. >> my 83-year-old polish grandmother
could have done powerpoint but as some of my former students in here know i'm technically computer illiterate, so i didn't bother with that. they're in the book, i'll try to describe them. but this one right here, communist party of america, it doesn't -- it looks like this on microfiche, it's actually a good represumptuous, these are 100-year-old documents. but the executive secretary, and can it's very brief. he's sending it to the folks at the communist international in moscow. in the name of the communist workers of the united states organized in the communist party of america, i extend greetings to the communist party of russia. long live to soviet republics, love live the congress international. fraternally yours, executive secretary, charles ruthenberg who today is buried on the wall of the kremlin. but as you see these right off, you learn what the american government learned and what anticommunists said throughout the 20th century, that the american communist party was not just another political party. i mean, they were loyal soviet patriots. they were dedicated to the sov
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? >> first of all, this is a good example of like an appeasement powerpoint. you've got this picture and we've had other pictures from obama and other incidents. the bottom line with hillary and chavez is that it shouldn't have happened in the first place. where was the pr handler? why is she getting close to him in that room? >> if you follow foreign policy, you might learn something. chavez is in real trouble in his own country. there is now -- [ talking over each other ] >> the united states has covertly undermined him on a regular basis during the obama administration. >> convertly. then they give him this piece of propaganda to go back so he can continue to crush the free speech in venezuela. do you pay attention to what they are doing in venezuela? cracking down on the free exchange of ideas. >> the united states has been helpful to the opposition. i predict chavez will be gone in -- >> to say obama and condone what he's doing in venezuela. >> with all respect most people see that for what it is. >> it is not what obama needs. >> sean: there's been criticism of mat expense of his tri
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a powerpoint and then we'll open it up to q&a. so with that, david is going to come into his presentation. >> good afternoon, everyone. thank you for coming. it's an honor to be here. thank you, peter and thank you to the foundation for providing -- for hosting today. i suspect that most in the audience, whether here in the room or from one of the cameras watching what we're doing still remember where they were on september 11, 2001, when they heard the two towers had been hit by two aircraft. i certainly remember. and i was in a traffic jam in virginia. the first call came from cnn, where i was then national security course on it. the second call came for my wife. she said -- all never forget the way she put it. she said, these two towers had been hit, and you know that? she said i think it's your people. i regret -- that's the wrong tone. but she had a point. i've spent much of the summer because my job was national security, hearing from sources in u.s. intelligence, one who is prominently remember to have had his hair and fire all summer, very worried about the intelligence suggesting
of the projects he is set in motion, he and his team. he will then do a powerpoint and then we'll open it up to q&a. so with that, david is going to come into his presentation. >> good afternoon, everyone. thank you for coming. it's an honor to be here. thank you, peter and thank you to the foundation for providing -- for hosting today. i suspect that most in the audience, whether here in the room or from one of the cameras watching what we're doing still remember where they were on september 11, 2001, when they heard the two towers had been hit by two aircraft. i certainly remember. and i was in a traffic jam in virginia. the first call came from cnn, where i was then national security course on it. the second call came for my wife. she said -- all never forget the way she put it. she said, these two towers had been hit, and you know that? she said i think it's your people. i regret -- that's the wrong tone. but she had a point. i've spent much of the summer because my job was national security, hearing from sources in u.s. intelligence, one who is prominently remember to have had his hair and f
governor, andrew cuomo gave his state of the speech addressed this week. here's the powerpoint presentation to emphasize his key points, covering ethics spending and what he calls smarter government. the governor also spoke out in favor of same-sex marriage. this is 50 minute. >> like them either, this is a time of change and renewal and eech w is open on her and a privilege to introduce to the podium for it is both his very first state of the state message. governor andrew cuomo. [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. thank you. [applause] thank you very much. thank you.k you. thank you. thank you. well, good afternoon, new york. it is a better afternoon then die. 2200 people are here today to talk about their government and the way they never has before. afternoonnew yo good afternoon, new york.fternoon okay, first let me begin by me acknowledging a truly extraordinary public servant. he was a great mayor of rochester. he is going to be -- that's rochester.going he is going to be a phenomenalg
that sparked this investigation came through fort lewis in may, in one powerpoint presentation a army regular referred to the soldier as weekend warriors in baseball caps. and some were told to subit up and leave the base. soldiers complained that their concerns about post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain disorders were dismissed. they demanded the army investigate. >> they should have a soft landing and integrated fairly and a full benefit of federal service and healthcare and everything else. >> reporter: we also interviewed specialist tony stevens who served two tours in combat with the army nation tphal guard. he returned in 2007 with ptsd and traumatic brain injury and several other injuries. the va declared him one hundred% disabled unemployable and has been paying him $3,000 a month. he has been fighting to get a discharge, and benefits. >> i served hopb or plea. i should get my benefits and repair my life the way i see fit. >> reporter: the army wouldn't comment on stevens' case. we did interview another unit that was demobilized later after the one last year in may, they
that he has set in motion, he and his team. he will then do a powerpoint and then we'll open it up to q & a. so with that, david is going to come and do his presentation. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, everyone. thank you for coming. it's an honor to be here and thank you, peter, thank you to the foundation for providing -- for hosting today. i suspect that most in the audience and whether here in the room or from one of the cameras watching what we're doing still remember where they were on september 11, 2001, when they heard that two hours had been hit by two aircraft. i certainly remember. and i was in a traffic jam in virginia. the first call came from cnn where i was then national security correspondent and the second call came from my wife and she said, i'll never forget the way she put it -- she said, these two towers have been hit, do you know that yet and i said yes and she said i think it's your people. that's the wrong tone and that's the point. i had spent much of the summer because my job was national security hearing from sources in u.s. intelligence one who is prominent
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that started for republicans with a powerpoint presentation pronouncing, and i quote, the purpose of the majority is to pass their agenda. the purpose of the minority is to become the majority. now obviously it's no secret, i'm a convinced democrat, and i know it's better to be in the majority than in the minority. i've been in both in the 25 years. and i don't want anyone to come to the senate and check their beliefs at the door and go washington. it's not what i'm asking. and the founding fathers didn't want anyone to do that either. and certainly no one is elected to the senate promising to join an exclusive club. or forget where they came from. but the truth is some of the most fiercely indie pendant, plain talking, direct and determined partisans that i've ever known in the senate have also been a very want to tackle the toughest issue. finding common ground with people they disagreed on with just about damn near everything else they thought about. daniel patrick moynihan was a new york liberal. alan simpson was a wyoming conservative. but they could sit down and talk and deb
of his research with the powerpoint presentation. so, jeff, i don't know if you want to just -- >> right, i think i should probably go to the dais. thi i think the remote control is probably up there. all right. we have the deck? >> there we go. so thanks for having me back. i think that this is a significantly more exciting time to be at this conference than last year when i was here, which was immediately after the election of scott brown, when the future of the affordable care act was very much in doubt. i think that we're all a lot more hopeful this year. and i think the challenges that we face which are challenges of implementation are challenges that we'll all gladly take in exchange for having gotten this law passed. i want to talk a little bit about where we are now and about how we talk about the affordable care act. i'm going to run through a little bit on public opinion and then i'm going to run through some of our own research on messaging. so as we heard from stephanie earlier, support for the affordable care act has remained stagnant over the past year. but at the same time
and say, "no, we cannot do that this year." powerpoint, my point, a lot of us in the south carolina does it -- her point, my point, a lot of us in the south carolina delegation, is that we have to make the same decisions. and a stiff like -- and states like california have to start making difficult decisions. when they come to look for bailouts, the answer will be a firm now, did your own house in order -- no, get your own house in order. south carolina knows they will get by fine. >> when a congressman-elect was elected, it was a member of the south carolina state senate and had served in the state house. in the past he has been a real estate developer and a lawyer. watch him and 95 other freshmen get sworn into office at noon eastern on c-span. >> c-span's live coverage of the opening day of the water told congress continues. good morning from capitol hill. the 112th congress will transfer power to the republican party in the house, officially beginning at noon eastern time did you can watch live coverage on c-span -- you can watch live coverage of the house on c-span and live coverage
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